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garypaula

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #120 on: February 23, 2017, 08:53:14 AM »
Simon and I have been doing NADAC off and on now for a little over three years and just earned our NATCH and V-NATCH last weekend after completing the last two elusive Chances runs under judge Scott Casino.  He may be only 9 inches tall, but has proven that distance is not just for the big guys.  NADAC is not the only venue we trial in, but it is a venue that I would never want to be without.  The people are incredibly supportive and I love the types of courses that it offers.
(Note)  Click on the pictures and they will display a little larger.  He is quite small, after all.   :)
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RobertStewart

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #121 on: February 26, 2017, 05:38:50 AM »
Wynndzor running Hoopers
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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #122 on: March 21, 2017, 07:24:54 AM »
I wanted to add a photo of Griffin. We are new to NADAC and entered our first trials this year. Griffin is a Glen of Imaal Terrier. This was after our second trial (photo taken at home) and there was one Q ribbon missing so we had 9 Q's! NADAC has really been a great confidence booster for Griffin.

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #123 on: March 26, 2017, 10:31:14 AM »
I don't think I"ve shared a photo of Squirrel! on here. She's a toy aussie who turns 3 next month. She's my challenge dog... she is fast, smart, and has fun, but she is sooooooo social, that keeping her from jumping in everyone's lap is a challenge lol! (I've learned not to enter classes with pole setters yet... and if the course heads toward the scribe/timer table, uh oh LOL)

She managed to get her first Q recently, in Intro Tunnelers. It was such a big deal to us, I asked the judge to take a photo with us, like you do for NATCH's LOL! She's going to be great... eventually ;)
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Jeff Lyons

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #124 on: June 01, 2017, 04:02:17 PM »
Here is Kachina
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danforth

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #125 on: June 01, 2017, 04:58:51 PM »
Cocoa looks so intense in this photo.

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Edraith

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #126 on: June 20, 2017, 07:32:26 PM »
Awww we have a Kachina on our SAR team. Little black lab puppy in training.
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Cindy

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Re: share pictures of your dog
« Reply #127 on: June 20, 2017, 09:34:00 PM »
I don't think I"ve shared a photo of Squirrel! on here. She's a toy aussie who turns 3 next month. She's my challenge dog... she is fast, smart, and has fun, but she is sooooooo social, that keeping her from jumping in everyone's lap is a challenge lol! (I've learned not to enter classes with pole setters yet... and if the course heads toward the scribe/timer table, uh oh LOL)

She managed to get her first Q recently, in Intro Tunnelers. It was such a big deal to us, I asked the judge to take a photo with us, like you do for NATCH's LOL! She's going to be great... eventually ;)

My Ritzy used to visit anyone in the ring and back then when you went to the line they would often say, "Is this (dog's name)?"  I knew when that happened that at some point in the run she was going to say hi as it would be rude to ignore them!  She even greeted the judge if they were anywhere near the path.  She literally figured those people were "obstacles" to perform.  I didn't fight it - I actually put it on cue, so then I could call her away and move on to the next obstacle.  I may have even taken advantage of it a few times to get a cross in...  Eventually she sorted it all out, but those are some of my best agility memories with her.
Cindy and the Beagles